What happened on your birthday?

What’s Your Vietnam War Draft Lottery Number?

The Vietnam War draft lottery ran from 1969 to 1972. If you were born on February 01, would your number have been called?

  • Vietnam War 1969 Lottery
  • Vietnam War 1970 Lottery
    Not CalledNot drafted
  • Vietnam War 1971 Lottery
    Not CalledNot drafted
  • Vietnam War 1972 Lottery
    Not CalledNot drafted

Read on to learn more about the Vietnam war draft lottery.

more events on February 1

  • 1986

    Two days of anti-government riots in Port-au-Prince result in 14 dead.

  • 1968

    South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu declares martial law.

  • U.S. troops drive the North Vietnamese out of Tan Son Nhut airport in Saigon.

  • 1965

    Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. and 770 others are arrested in protest against voter discrimination in Alabama.

  • 1964

    President Lyndon B. Johnson rejects Charles de Gaulle‘s plan for a neutral Vietnam.

  • 1960

    Four black students stage a sit-in at a segregated Greensboro, N.C. lunch counter.

  • 1951

    Three A-bomb tests are completed in the desert of Nevada.

  • 1945

    U.S. Rangers and Filipino guerrillas rescue 513 American survivors of the Bataan Death March.

  • 1944

    U.S. Army troops invade two Kwajalein Islands in the Pacific.

  • 1943

    American tanks and infantry are battered at German positions at Faid Pass in North Africa.

  • 1942

    Planes of the U.S. Pacific fleet attack Japanese bases in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands.

  • 1931

    Boris Yeltsin, The first president of the Republic of Russia and prime minister of the Russian Federation.

  • 1930

    A Loening Air Yacht of Air Ferries makes its first passenger run between San Francisco and Oakland, California..

  • 1909

    U.S. troops leave Cuba after installing Jose Miguel Gomez as president.

  • 1905

    Germany contests French rule in Morocco.

  • 1902

    Langston Hughes, African-American poet

  • U.S. Secretary of State John Hay protests Russian privileges in China as a violation of the “open door policy.”

  • 1901

    Clark Gable, American film actor (Mutiny on the Bounty, Gone With the Wind).

  • 1878

    Hattie Caraway, first woman elected to the U.S. Senate.

  • 1861

    A furious Governor Sam Houston storms out of a legislative session upon learning that Texas has voted 167-7 to secede from the Union.

  • 1793

    France declares war on Britain and the Netherlands.

  • 1633

    The tobacco laws of Virginia are codified, limiting tobacco production to reduce dependence on a single-crop economy.

  • 1587

    Elizabeth I, Queen of England, signs the Warrant of Execution for Mary Queen of Scots.

  • 1552

    Sir Edward Coke, English jurist who helped the development of English law with his arguments for the supremacy of common law over royal prerogative.

  • 1327

    Edward III is coronated King of England.